Kevin Hart finally has his Lombardi Trophy.
Hart, a comedian and a native of Philadelphia, had a few too many adult beverages during Super Bowl LII and attempted to get to the stage for the presentation of the trophy. He was unsurprisingly denied.
But Hart refused to accept "no" for an answer.
The lesson here is, if you're big enough of a celebrity to get on the field after your hometown team wins the Super Bowl, you probably have enough coin to just buy your own trophy instead of trying to drunkenly crash the trophy presentation.
Chris Long knows how it feels to win a high-stakes game as an underdog.
On Friday night, Long experienced what it's like to suffer a devastating loss to an underdog.
Long's alma mater, Virginia, entered the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 overall seed, but the Cavaliers are bowing out of the Big Dance much earlier than expected.
Virginia was not only upset by No. 16-seeded University of Maryland-Baltimore County, but blown out by the Retrievers, 74-54. UMBC, which was a 20.5-point underdog, became the first No. 16 seed ever to take down a No. 1 seed. Until Friday, No. 16 seeds were 0-135 in the tournament.
The Eagles' defensive end seemed to be taking the loss just as you would expect.
While Long couldn't appreciate the impressive upset effort, fellow underdog Lane Johnson certainly did.
No, this is not Chris Long or Lane Johnson. But the Eagles won the Super Bowl, and they've inspired Philly sports teams to embrace the underdog.
OK, technically not a member of the Penn Quakers basketball team that's in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 11 years (!). Still, the dog masks are back.
This time, this chill clarinet player in the Penn band.
Penn, a 16-seed in the Midwest Region, is facing the No. 1-seed Kansas right now. Chances are, the Quakers' NCAA tourney run will not be long.
But it's the year of the underdog and the dog masks brought good juju to the Super Bowl champion Eagles.
Maybe it'll bring luck to Penn.